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Cross county run for Hereford's Special Care Baby Unit
A CROSS-country race will raise money for Hereford County Hospital’s Special Care Baby Unit.
Ian and Michelle Lancaster are holding the 10km (6.2 mile) Credenhill Canter on August 26 in memory of their twin boys, Freddie and Alfie, who died in July 2008 after being born 24-and-a-half weeks premature.
The twins were cared for at Hereford County Hospital’s special care baby unit (SCBU).
Ian, Michelle and their 15- month-old son Theo have organised a race around their home village to say thank you to the SCBU staff. Money raised will be split between the unit and St Mary's Church in Credenhill where the boys are buried.
The Credenhill Canter multi-terrain race through woodland and country lanes will start and finish at Credenhill Sports and Social Club.
The main event - open to all over 16 years old - will start at 3pm. Entrants can run, jog or walk the course and there will be a fun run for youngsters at 2pm.
Entry forms are available from Credenhill Social Club and ACL Sheet Metal in Rotherwas, Hereford.
Call club secretary Ellen Moore on 01432 76060 for details.
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